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“Sustainability and an impactful return on investment go well together”
Where would the Integrated Leaders Forum at Amsterdam International Water Week be without an inspirational moderator and host? This year, we have been so lucky to recruit Jessie-Lynn van Egmond for the role. Being a future water leader and an engineer-on-a-mission, we can’t think of a better candidate for AIWW2023.
Extended deadline for our Call for Abstracts & Workshops

Looking for an international stage for your ‘water work’? Be fast and submit your abstract or workshop before 30 July!

We are actively seeking proposals from members across all our Amsterdam International Water Web and Week communities, as we know it takes a village to build top-quality diversified content.

We invite researchers, project managers, innovators, implementers, governmental experts and water experts to submit an abstract of their work within the four subthemes:

  • Improving water quality
  • Resilient water systems
  • Circular solutions: Reuse, Recover and Recycle
  • Transitions in water, agro/food and energy

For each subtheme we are interested in:

  • New (technological) solutions in practice
  • Smart water solutions (digital)
  • Nature based solutions
  • Community engagement and stakeholder interaction
  • Policy measures and agreements
  • New ways for financing water projects

The topic should be relevant for cities, utilities, industries, and agro/food sector dealing with water in transition.

“With crises everywhere, the water transition is more urgent than ever before”
While AIWW2023’s programme is unfolding, we are meeting up with Roelof Kruize (former CEO of Waternet, Amsterdam and founding father of Amsterdam International Water Week) to reflect on Amsterdam International Water Week and nowadays’ water challenges. “It is of the highest importance to manage our water differently. Not only more sustainable and more economical, also more resilient. Besides, recovering resources from waste water and winning energy from water needs more attention. We have some hidden treasures here, that need more attention and action.”
Meet our Scientific Committee!
Save the date AIWW 2023
AIWW2023: Programme | November 6-9, 2023
  • Integrated Leaders Forum (ILF): 6 November 2023 (invitation only)
    The ILF provides a platform for global water leaders from cities, industries, utilities and financers. Participants are personally invited. Focus on setting the action agenda and results in Amsterdam Agreements. The program consists of key note speeches, panel discussions and round-table discussions.
  • Two-day Conference: 7 & 8 November 2023
    The conference provides a platform for practitioners working in or related to the water sector. It aims to inspire, interact and find solutions. The conference program consists of key note speeches, panel discussions, presentations, workshops and poster session.
  • Site visits – Study tours: 9 November 2023
    Site visits tend to inspire and see possible solutions in both delta technology as well as in water technology.
AIWW2023: Side events
  • Wetskills Water Challenges. Event for networking between students and young professionals (organized by Wetskills/AIWW)
  • Workshop Strategic Human Capital & Integrated Human Resources (7 Nov)
  • Symposium (NL) Rainwater Rainwater. Not a drop off the street! (7 Nov)
  • Pi 2023 – 9th IWA International Conference on Benchmarking, Performance Assessment and Regulation of Water Services (organized by IWA/AIWW) – submit your call for abstracts before 30 July 2023
  • STOWA-Aquatech symposium on removal of micropollutants from municipal wastewater (organized by STOWA)
As a visitor of AIWW2023, you also have free access to Aquatech....
Meet the team who makes AIWW2023 possible!

In our News section you will find the latest (English) Water Matters articles:

VEI presents Annual Report 2022

The VEI team presents the 2022 Annual Report. In 2022, VEI supported its 55 WOP partner utilities to provide access to water and sanitation services to 652,327 vulnerable people. With their partners they will continue to explore high impact low-cost interventions, working towards the SDG target of 11.5 million people in the period 2015-2030.

Water Matters

In our News section you will find the latest (English) Water Matters articles:

Global Water Agenda
Global water agenda

As water professionals we need to stay current by regularly updating and enhancing our skills, knowledge and know-how, by joining events and conferences worldwide.

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